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I occasionally take flack for my attitude on twitter when it comes to the success of Lore and my thoughts on podcasting as an industry. But it's easy to misunderstand someone...
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Words Count

Writers love to count their words, and that’s a good thing. Let’s just get that onto the table right away. I count my words. So does my friend Harry, and my friend Kelly, and my...
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The Uncontrollables

I’m not one for end of the year posts, the kinds that summarize all of the things I might have succeeded or failed at. But I do use the end of a year as a chance to glance...
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How to Launch a Top 20 Podcast

My little podcast about true scary stories, called Lore, is currently ranked 11 out of all iTunes podcasts. That's kind of a big deal, I think. There are some other shows doing...
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Why I Created Lore

My new podcast, Lore, is something that seems to make sense for me. I’ve had a lot of friends tell me that it fits really well with my other projects, namely my fiction writing....
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Lore is Headed to Television

Continuing the meteoric rise that began in March of 2015, the Lore podcast is now headed to a television screen near you.

Aaron has partnered with the producers of AMC’s The Walking Dead to produce an hour-long anthology series that will bring new life to the dark stories that millions of listeners have fallen in love with.

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Aaron Mahnke is the creator, writer, and producer of the hit podcast Lore (one of iTunes’ Best of 2015, now headed to television), where he explores the darker side of history from around the world. In his spare time, Aaron writes supernatural thrillers, including Grave Suspicion, Consumed, and Indian Summer.

Be sure to check out the Lore website for more information.